4 Common questions when thinking about taking a SuperShuttle

Last Updated on June 10, 2019 by Greg Bessoni

, also known as Blue Van, is the most popular shared ride transportation brand in the United States and potentially throughout the world.
SuperShuttle provides shared ride airport van service in 40 cities across in the US and Internationally. SuperShuttle is a well-known brand with any households and when people think of airport transportation, Super Shuttle is what is top of mind… Shuttlefare.com has been booking SuperShuttle reservations for over 8 years. We’ve had over a million satisfied riders and positive reviews, because of the courteous drivers and on time pick up and drop off services the company has provided. Choosing a shared ride shuttle with Super Shuttle can not only save you cash but you don’t have to sacrifice the quality of service. SuperShuttle will cost you less than taking a taxi, an Uber / Lyft or a limo.

In this article, we want to discuss the Top 4 questions from travelers when deciding to take a Super Shuttle.

#1 Are you supposed to leave a gratuity to a SuperShuttle driver?

The most common tipping amounts will be about $1-$2 per luggage piece you’re bringing, as drivers will load and unload your baggage, or simply 15% of the total fare of your ride. This tip can be given when you make your SuperShuttle reservation online or when the driver drops you off. If you want to learn much more about how and what to tip airport shuttle drivers, check out our blog post here

#2 What will be the total number of stops other than my own?

This will depend on the size vehicle you’re placed here, below is a break down of the 2 scenarios
-7 Passenger van: A driver will potentially make 3-4 stops including your open on a route with a full van.
-10 Passenger van: The shuttle will stop around 4-5 times, including your own stop, but the stops will be all in the same direction, which is great.

#3 If I’m traveling with a baby, will I need a car seat?

SuperShuttle policy is based around federal law which states “If federal, state, or local law requires your child be secured in a child safety seat, please bring one. We do not provide child safety seats and likely will not be able to provide service without one. You can learn more about safety restraint laws for your destination here. Super Shuttle and Car Seats”

#4 Are Airport Shuttles free?

An airport shuttle has many meanings. If we’re referring to an airport shuttle of a nearby car rental lot or parking facility, those airport shuttles are typically free as a courtesy. However, there are much pay to ride airport shuttle services like SuperShuttle, that pick you up from your home, office or hotel and bring you to and from the terminal.

Be sure to share this with friends who may or may not be thinking of booking a SuperShuttle this Winter.